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    Billie smells like something died in her mouth. AUGH EWW - HEEELLLPP!!

    Parsley in her food methinks!

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    I can laugh now...but yesterday I was in full sympathy.
    Only it wasn't the mouth my lot were letting rip from ,I swear something had died...erm somewhere
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    She just came up and breathed on me and I have never smelt anything like it - not even when cappy and sandy got into that possume. Lordy!

    Im wondering if it was the food she had last night - probably

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    hehe sorry I shouldn't laugh but it is funny.

    I do feel for you though, Maddy has been really stinky lately.

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    In our case it may be a part of her cancer - I just don't know. Vet can't smell it as much as I can lol

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    I'm sorry I didn't realise she had cancer.

    I'll now take my foot out of my mouth.

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    LOL you didn't say anything wrong - I was just musing. I know that heart disease can have a "smell" so I was just wondering about cancer. She has tumors - that is how she came here - but they appear to have settled for now -touch wood.

    Not offended, you didn't mean offence and I took nothing of what you wrote as offensive lol

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    Maybe nothing to do with a mouth, but that just reminded me how during the last year or 2 of Keesies life, She seemed to 'talk' more from her back end than she did from her front end.. We had a few 'leave the room' moments...
    When she sat, her back end talked,
    When she scratched, her back end talked,
    When she ran, her back end talked,

    At least the front end 'smiled' when the back end talked !!!..

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    I had a dog - my previous Billy - a male - who used to fart, look around in surprise and leave the room.

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    Griffy does that too. Always makes me smile, untill the smell reaches me

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